Lucky Doge Club #499

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Lucky Doge Club is a collection of 1000 cute and lucky doge NFTs which are chosen carefully from 20 Quadrillion doges via algorithm by combining hundreds of properties. Each doge is unique and precious. Ownership includes your doge's creative and commercial rights. Traits: Dress:Pink skull sweatshirt Necklace:Rock 1 Bag:Red studded Earing:Green skull Hat:Red rock Background:Shinning Orange Expression:Classic Lucky value:96
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NFT Time: 26 Aug 2021 - TBA
Dates: Start: 26 Aug 2021
End actual: 01 Sept 2021
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Initial Price : 9,884,580.00 USD
Lots to sell: 1
Lots sold: 1
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